Reporting and recording

Reporting and recording play a fundamental role in ensuring the effectiveness, safety, and quality of adult social care services.

Not only does it support with delivering high quality care and identifying what is important to the individual, such as their preferences, choices and aspirations, it also communicates vital information about the individual's health, well-being, and care needs, to those involved, such as carers, family member and other professionals supporting continuity of care and collaboration.

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Care planning principles

Empower staff in writing person-centred care plans: Understand elements, risk assessment, and meet legal/CQC requirements while honouring individual choices.

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